In my previous post Digital Business? Heading beyond the hype I wrote how truly digital businesses were offering their customers a world class experience, leveraging the traditional and digital, and doing so using a collaborative, well informed workforce which was both agile and extremely efficient. There … Continue reading Is the ‘Digital Workplace’ different from being a ‘Digital Business’?
Becoming a digital business, a current mega-trend yes, but as the term is very loosely defined, one that has given rise to a heap of confusion. Many C-suite Executives will proudly tell you their organisations are going digital (and you’ll probably have … Continue reading Being a Digital Business? Heading beyond the hype
Social media and the interconnected web has started to fundamentally change the way many organisation’s want employees and others to create, consume, share and collaborate, and indeed the way that a whole generation of new workers want to work. Sadly in … Continue reading Understanding the digital workplace architecture
It strikes me that every day across the world’s organisations, numerous documents, thoughts and ideas are generated, collaborated-on and then lost, only transiently visible to the limited number of people that the originator knew at the time. As an example, recently … Continue reading Doing work is harder than it should be – but what’s the problem?
Last week I was back in Tampa, but that’s not what I thought I’d blog about, what’s captivated my attention is the future of social computing within the enterprise, specifically – corporate blogging. As I mentioned in my first blog … Continue reading Social Computing within the Enterprise, a fragile ecosystem